Is Souping the New Juicing? Your 3-Day Soup Detox Meal Plan Print 10 LikeDislike By AshleyNickelsen If you’re a fan of juicing, you’ll definitely be on board with souping, the latest detox trend. Why drink cold juice in the winter? Go for warming soups this time of year! A soup-only cleanse offers a number of nutritional benefits while keeping you satisfied. Packed with vitamins, minerals and fiber, soups are filled with superfoods that can help you battle inflammation, cleanse your colon and reduce oxidative stress. Plus, most soup recipes are versatile, allowing you to swap in different ingredients and seasonings according to your taste. Ready to stir the pot? Here’s a 3-day detox meal plan by our Senior Editor Ashley Nickelsen:Day 1Breakfast: Energizing Green Bone Broth Start your day with a vitamin boost! This healthy blend of healthy greens and fresh herbs offers a powerful combo of nutrients like fiber, folate, potassium and more. Plus, the collagen makes this nutrient-dense bone broth even better for you!Lunch: Easy Chicken Bone BrothYou may think of “broth” as just a soup base, but it actually makes for a tasty meal on its own. This simple recipe is full of flavor, and the vegetables offer up vitamins that other broths may not contain. Dinner: Tandoori Roasted Cauliflower Soup Just because you are souping, it doesn’t have to be boring…or flavorless. This filling soup provides lots of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory nutrients such as turmeric, cloves and ginger that will help to strengthen your immune system. The added collagen will help to keep you full longer, as well help you get smoother skin and stronger bones.Day 2Breakfast: Vegan Butternut Squash SoupLight yet satisfying, this butternut squash soup will help you start your day right. Squash is full of vitamins and phytochemicals that your body needs. This recipe is a great balance of savory and sweet with flavors from the squash, coconut cream, and vegetable broth all working together in harmony.Lunch: Easy Kale, Mushroom, Quinoa Miso SoupBlending up this soup for a midday meal is so simple and full of flavor, thanks to the miso! It’s an especially great choice if you have digestive issues since this recipe doesn’t call for common, powerful additions like onions and garlic.Dinner: Broccoli Basil Soup Easy to make, this broccoli soup delivers flavor without lots of calories. It’s high in Vitamin C, antioxidants and fiber. Plus broccoli helps to keep your skin, bones and teeth strong and healthy. Enjoy a big bowl!Day 3Breakfast: Cauliflower Corn ChowderCorn isn’t typically a breakfast food, but this soup changes everything. It’s delicious chilled or warmed up, and the sweetness of the corn (which is packed with the carotenoids that keep your eyes healthy) is a nice alternative to that sugary syrup you usually drizzle over your pancakes.Lunch: Anti-Inflammatory Carrot Lentil Turmeric Soup This powerhouse vegan soup provides lots of anti-inflammatory, immune boosting nutrients that are perfect for a detox! A lot of the ingredients such as the turmeric, cinnamon and ginger have been used for centuries for their known healing benefits. The red lentils provide a filling protein with a good dose of iron and B vitaminDinner: Detox Asian Veggie Hot Pot All the veggies in this soup make it a perfect, low fat yet full flavor detoxifying dish! Miso is a fermented food, making it helpful in supporting the good bacteria in our gut. The ginger provides anti-inflammatory benefits and helps with digestion.Want some more options? Check out these other soups:Broccoli & Asparagus Soup with Coconut Milk Hearty Fish Chowder Healthy Crockpot White Chicken ChiliNote: PLEASE consult with your doctor before making any changes to your diet or medications. The material on this site is provided for educational purposes only, and is not to be used for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.